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Megadeth: Rust in Peace [Blu-ray]

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars It's Rust in Piece & its live!!! Oct. 9 2010
I remember some 20 years ago when most of the Metal community was shocked after hearing Metallica's "black" album (as it as been nicknamed) & how commercial it was. To go from "And Justice for All" to that hard rock sound was almost heresy. Thank God Megadeth was still going full blast with "Rust in Piece"; an album that simply defined an era. To commemorate that classic album, guitarist/singer/band founder Dave Mustaine & the boys are back with a CD/DVD release of "Rust in Piece", the album played live in its entirety. Praised for the technical playing that "Rust in Piece" offered to the fans, this live release will be praise for the same reasons as this time there are no studio tricks. Dave can't record the guitar on one day & record the lyrics the other day as this is live. This offering is a true testament of Mustaine's pure talent when you see & listen to him sing & play at the same time songs like "Take No Prisoners" & "Five Magic". Guitarist Chris Broderick has no problem re-doing Marty Friedman's solos playing them to pretty much perfection. Here's a little fun fact for all Metal fans; while you can't clearly hear them on the CD, you can see Exodus singer Rob Dukes & Testament's own Chuck Billy do the back vocal for "Peace Sells (but who's buying)". It might not be a must have, but if you like live albums you won't be disappointed with the quality & energy of "Rust in Piece live"
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5.0 out of 5 stars Metalliwho Aug. 17 2011
By Jeffex
THis is the best example of pure metal guitar perfected. I would tell any wannabe shredders to purchase this awesome DVD. Isuggest the blue ray high def disc keep the faith ANARCHY!!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Megadeth rules April 21 2011
By simon
Great blu-ray, Great Album! If you are a fan of megadeth then you will love it like I do. Nice picture, Great Guitar Playing!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars Aug. 31 2014
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4.0 out of 5 stars Definitely Worth the Purchase, But a Little More Extras Sept. 14 2010
By Ueno Murakami - Published on Amazon.com
First off, this was awesome!!!! I remember seeing these songs performed during the "Clash of the Titans" tour back in the 90s, and I'm glad Mustaine chose to do this album in its entirety. Not too many heavy metal albums rank next to this one, and I rank this album as one of the greatest of all time.

The musicianship is second to none. I would go so far as to say this is the best Megadeth lineup, as I think Shawn Drover is the best drummer Dave has played with in a long time (Gar Samuelson was probably the best). He is a solid drummer who can play the all the material. He has the chops and style. Chris Broderick is massive on the guitar. He really can move over that fret board and seems like a natural for all the parts. Personally I like to hear all the original solos played as they were originally written, but I don't mind when someone like Broderick adds his own flare because after hearing his work on "Endgame" I think to myself, "What would he have done with 'Rust In Peace?' Not dissing Marty, just giving respect to Chris.

I gave this 4 stars because of a few short comings. Take my following criticism more like suggestions for the future as I am really a diehard fan of Megadeth, and have been for decades (but I know Dave and Megadeth management will never see this review).

1) The vocals were overdubbed, and it is easy to see. My question is, "why?" Mix as you will, but let the true live experience come full force. The music sounded great, I'm sure the vocals sounded just as good. I have this problem with many live DVDs; don't funk with the mix so much.

2) Backstage footage was skimpy. This would have been a great opportunity to really go behind he scenes and see how the band sets up, check out the equipment, and do some solid up close interviews, especially with the other band members. Also, show some footage of the tour preparation rehearsals when the band was first playing all of "Rust In Peace" in a rehearsal studio (and when Ellefson just came back). The DVD creators could have even re-visted footage from "The Clash of the Titans," and do a retrospective kind of thing. That would have been awesome!! A nice biography would have been great, tracing the history of Megadeth up till now (something quick and creative). And last for this point, fan interviews. The screaming fans showed the energy and excitement, but do something more refined to really get the feel of the fans. Some of those fans came a long way. I would had loved to had heard their stories about Megadeth a bit more in depth. So much more could have been done, and it would have been worth the price hike. I felt the creativity with the DVD was lacking.

And 3) Again, with the bonus footage. I'm a bass player, and I love the drums, and the guitar work on "Rust In Peace" is genre breaking and defining, so why aren't there performance isolation angle options? This would have been great for the Blu-Ray DVD (as all this extra footage would need the space). Show the parts being played live, up close and personal. Dave Mustaine once said in an interview, where he was showcasing his signature Marshall stack, that the best way to learn a guitar part is to watch the actual musician play it (if you want to learn it note for note). This would have been a great opportunity for that to come true. But the bonus material really doesn't hold up to the what other bands produce. I think Megadeth could have taken a lesson from Dream Theater (actually Mike Portnoy) in this regard, and pack the DVD with every possible thing you could imagine, and sell the hell out of it. Mike Portnoy could have lent Shawn Drover his drumcam(s), so we could see his technique, etc. I would have like to see those drum parts, like on "5 Magics" and "Rust In Peace...Polaris." Again, the package could have been for the Blu-Ray only, or make it multiple DVDs, whatever, just give me more. I would have paid the price.

I'm obviously thinking with a fans mind, and maybe some of what I said could not have happened logistically or financially, but I think if minds and the powers that be had sat down and really thought out this process, and looked outside the box to give the fans the ultimate experience then more stuff could have been packed in to the DVD. In the end, the performance was awesome!!!! And for what the DVD offers, the price is right, but it could have been so much more.

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars The EDITING STINKS! - Too Fast/Too Quick April 28 2011
By Scotty J. - Published on Amazon.com
Very Frustrating...because the music was great, the guitar playing amazing...BUT the camera shots and fast editing is terrible. As a guitarist and big fan of watching concerts I was looking forward to watching them 'tear it up,' but the camera shots edit too fast and while Chris or Dave are soloing, you get shots of other stuff & not much of their playing!!! WHY????!!!???? Why do the Producers & Editors do this???
Any concerts that are edited this way really take away from the band's performances. Megadeth is exciting enough to just watch them play these amazing songs.
I wish we could get a message out to the editors that think they have to do fast/quick/frantic shots to make the DVD more exciting. It DOESN'T WORK!!! U2's 360 tour is another example of many where the edits are just TOO MUCH and TOO FAST!!! This concert was really disappointing to me. I love the 'Rust In Peace' album too.
I also appreciate when people give reviews & a "head's up" of this kind of editing. I wanted to get Iron Maiden's - "Rock In Rio" (2 DVD), but I'm going to pass on that too and save the disappointment. I love their "Flight 666" Concert and Movie!!! (that was done well)
Anyone else agree???

Add Coldplay's new LIVE 2012 DVD to this list!! I can't believe how fast those edits are. They ruined what would have been a great DVD Concert!!! It really sucks!!!
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Buy the blu-ray version! Sept. 12 2010
By B. Hoffman - Published on Amazon.com
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the blu-ray version is the definitive version. the high-def transfer is perfect. the dts-master audio lossless sound puts to shame the plain and flat sounding dolby track on the dvd. as for the concert...immaculate. I loved this band since rust in peace came two decades and they still are better than anything this generation has come up with. I can't wait until the 20th anniversary of countdown to extinction so dave and the boys can play that entire album live. hopefully, marty is back for that.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Terrible sound... It has to be a mistake... Jan. 14 2012
By C. Villela - Published on Amazon.com
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I like Megadeth, even more because Mustaine has shown a new way of life. However this blu ray has a very bad audio. The 5.1 DTS is terrible, with too much VOICE sound on LEFT BACK speaker (what???). This is really annoying. And in general audio is only bass, nothing clear or cristal. The stereo track is ok.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Best Megadeth DVD I've Seen! Nov. 27 2010
By Nightwing's Fan - Published on Amazon.com
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Wow! I had rude awakening and thought it was OK. I think it is great when bands do an entire album live and release it on DVD. Slayer's Reign In Blood Live is a favorite DVD for me to watch, But the Rust in Peace one is just fantastic! The filming of this was awesome--great stage lighting and loved the close-ups of the guitar playing. This line-up of Megadeth is the best one since the "Symphony of Destruction" era. Great musicianship and the Rust in Peace album has never sounded so great until now. This performance was technically fantastic and totally gave justice to this Megadeth Classic! The way it was filmed and the sound recording makes you feel you were right there at the concert! I ordered the Beunos Aires dvd and hope that it will be as good as this one! A GREAT addiction to any Metal DVD collection! Great Job, Dave!!!!
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